BSC Nursing Students Administer Flu Shots to Area Residents During Autumfest
CreatedTuesday, September 27 2011
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Bluefield State College nursing students (left-to-right) Leandra Young, Heather Dent, and Stacy Holliday administered flu are pictured during the 2011 AutumnFest celebration in Princeton. They were part of a BSC Associate Degree Nursing student contingent to administer flu shots free of charge during the program, as part of a collaborative effort with Princeton Community Hospital.
|Bluefield State College nursing student Jennifer Gibbons administers a flu shot to area resident Roger Griffith during the recent 2011 AutumnFest celebration in Princeton. BSC Associate Degree Nursing students administered the flu shots free of charge as part of a collaborative effort with Princeton Community Hospital.|
(Bluefield)—Bluefield State College nursing program students administered flu shots, free of charge, to 500 area residents during the 2011 AutumnFest celebration in Princeton. The community service initiative was a collaborative effort involving Princeton Community Hospital and the first-year students in BSC's Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program.
Sandra Wynn, Director of BSC's AND Program observed that the effort benefited all parties involved. "This is a way for the College to collaborate with our clinical facility partners to provide excellent health care to the citizens of the area, and complements our students' educational goals of learning health promotion strategies and augmenting clinical nursing skills," she added.